Rodney Copperton
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What Is The Best Material For Good Animation...?

Started this discussion. Last reply by StopmoNick Feb 9, 2013. 4 Replies

Okay, I've been working with plasticine for years. I can create cartoon characters that are almost identical to their counterparts (just in a 3D format). However, to animate them... they don't move…Continue

 

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StopmoNick replied to Rodney Copperton's discussion What Is The Best Material For Good Animation...?
"I don't think there is a better clay type material than plasticine, if you want to do clay animation. Some of us prefer to use other types of materials like foam latex that can bend and be animated, but don't have the ability to be…"
Feb 9, 2013
Rodney Copperton replied to Rodney Copperton's discussion What Is The Best Material For Good Animation...?
"To stop-motion in general... I wouldn't say I'm a newbie so as much as an amateur. I've made personal videos I haven't shared because I don't care to (they have no story, they are there just to see how things move &…"
Feb 9, 2013
LIOs Nephew replied to Rodney Copperton's discussion What Is The Best Material For Good Animation...?
"Even though you're experienced sculptor, are you a newbie to stop motion??? So much stuff to know about and would take bible size book contents about stop motion. In general, you definitely have an internal armature to support the…"
Feb 9, 2013
Strider replied to Rodney Copperton's discussion What Is The Best Material For Good Animation...?
"Wires can just cut right through the clay - you need to make armatures. Put something around the wire to make it thicker - you can pack epoxy putty around them to make bones or wrap them with many windings of paper taped or glued on. For large areas…"
Feb 9, 2013
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What Is The Best Material For Good Animation...?

Okay, I've been working with plasticine for years. I can create cartoon characters that are almost identical to their counterparts (just in a 3D format). However, to animate them... they don't move too well because as you move plasticine, it either is too heavy (with large characters), or too thin & they fall over (if you have skinny legs).I've tried some work arounds by sticking some wires in them, but some are either too thin or too thick, and it really makes it a pain in the ass to make…See More
Feb 9, 2013
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Notes From The Sanatorium

"I love it. Granted, I only saw a couple videos here because I'm new to this site... but this is really great. The animation is smooth, sets are wonderful, lighting is great... looks professional. The character design looks scary because of the…"
Feb 5, 2013

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Puppet Putty is formulated by clay animator Don Carlson. Properties include colors that do not bleed on your hands, a matte finish, cleans up with water, is very light weight, firm, non-greasy and has a silky texture.

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Started by Ron Cole in ANIMATOR TALK. Last reply by Ron Cole 11 hours ago. 241 Replies

Don't forget, on WEDNESDAYS (Thursdays on the first week of each month)  there's a…Continue

MINOPOLSKA

Started by Yagan in STOP MOTION FILM DISCUSSION. Last reply by Strider on Tuesday. 4 Replies

Hi Everyone !just to tell you that I will see tomorrow's old Polish films Stopmoand share with you the trailerit's here :http://www.lemelies.fr/film/minopolska/and the trailer is here…Continue

Stoopid Buddy Vimeo camp

Started by Don Carlson in ANIMATION SCHOOLS on Tuesday. 0 Replies

Just in case anyone missed this on Facebook and the SMA chat:https://vimeo.com/ondemand/animationclassExpert-level, techniques taught by Emmy Award- winning animators. This is a…Continue

Tags: Stoopid, Buddy, Stoodios, Chicken, Robot

Rigging a cape

Started by Dave Hettmer in HAIR & COSTUME. Last reply by Simon Tytherleigh on Monday. 12 Replies

I'm rigging a small cape and looking for info from people who have done this before. The cape is about 5" long and is torn and ratty. So I can't hide wires in hemmed seams like I have in the past.I'm considering weaving some floral wire and then…Continue

Using a Nikon D5300 with Dragonframe

Started by Angus Lamont in STOP MOTION & COMPUTERS. Last reply by Angus Lamont on Sunday. 2 Replies

So I've just purchased the latest Dragonframe version and I am looking to upgrade my Canon EOS 1100D to a Nikon D5300. I have checked to see if this camera is compatible which it is. Is anyone currently using this camera with Dragonframe? If so can…Continue

Tiny bird puppet

Started by Jasper Kuipers in GENERAL PUPPET MAKING. Last reply by Jasper Kuipers Dec 11. 5 Replies

Hi everyone!I have been visiting these boards for years now, but never actually posted something of my own. I know that's bad, so I figured I share something from a short that I am working on at the moment titled Finity Calling.This is the smallest…Continue

Tags: holland, calling, finity, bird, puppet

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